Those who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or queer, questioning, Intersex, pan sexual, two spirited, asexual or allies of these too often experience lack of acceptance, shame, unfair scrutiny, and discrimination in their daily lives. Knowing your sexual orientation and being proud of your sexual orientation are two different things. Sometimes people have trouble accepting their sexuality, and sometimes even people who accept their sexuality must work through a number of issues, including lack of acceptance amongst friends or family members, as one example. We provide services to work out issues through proper therapeutic channels.
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